Government to extend civil partnerships to everyone

Government to extend civil partnerships to everyone

Theresa May has confirmed that every couple in England and Wales will be able to choose between civil partnership and marriage when they formalise their relationship. The news follows the uncertainty in the wake of the unanimous Supreme Court ruling in June 2018 that the restriction of civil partnerships to gay couples was discriminatory and

Is this the end to the blame game?

Is this the end to the blame game?

The government has announced that it is launching a consultation with a view to overhauling the divorce process. If the proposals are enacted, the blame game of divorce long facilitated by divorce law may be at an end. The overhaul comes in the wake of the recent judgement of Owens and Owens in which the

How effective are the laws governing succession?

How effective are the laws governing succession?

FREE – BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL – SPACE IS LIMITED DATE: WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER 2018 TIME: 3.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 4PM START VENUE: BRITISH LIBRARY, ST PANCRAS, LONDON NW1 2DB Non statutory “rights” to succession presented by Sharon Porter-Gayle. Join Prince Evans Solicitors LLP for a free and interactive seminar discussing and exploring the laws governing

Social Housing Lease Extensions Seminar

Social Housing Lease Extensions Seminar

DATE: WEDNESDAY 26TH SEPTEMBER 2018 TIME: 3.30PM REGISTRATION FOR A 4PM START VENUE: BRITISH LIBRARY, ST PANCRAS, LONDON NW1 2DB It is vital that Housing Associations and Leaseholders are aware of the potential value of premiums for Lease Extensions. All Leaseholders should also be aware of the consequences of the term of their Lease dropping

What is a Debenture?

A Debenture is essentially an agreement by a company to pay to the lender any money owing on the terms on which the company has already agreed under the charges over individual properties etc. The company’s promises to repay, insure, repair etc are repeated in the Debenture so the bank can operate its rights under

Equal Civil Partnership

Equal Civil Partnership

A campaign to overturn a ban on heterosexual couples being allowed to enter into civil partnership has unanimously been ruled by the Supreme Court as being incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights. Section 1 of the Civil Partnership Act 2004 restricts civil partnership to same-sex couples. This means that a heterosexual couple do